Maidan Year Three: Revolution Comes Full Circle Amidst Police Reform, U.S.-Trained Right Wing SWAT Force and Former Venezuela Ambassador
The U.S. is working with Minister Avakov of the Interior Department, which has also raised eyebrows. Foreign Policy writes
A top drug official says he's open to a "harm reduction" approach to illicit drug use, but wants to find a new term for it.
Caracas Cables: U.S.-Venezuela Journalist Exchange; Charitable View of Obama, Cash Seizure at Venezuelan Airport
Even during the darkest days of the Bush administration, Venezuela made efforts to mend relations with Washington.
American diplomats view Latin American leaders as naïve vassals who need to be controlled in the event that they get out of line? Not much has changed in the last hundred years.
Far Worse Than Watergate: Report Reveals Widening Scandal Regarding Intelligence Agency as New Government Takes Office in Colombia
As Colombians prepare to elect a new president on Sunday, a new report reveals the shocking details of the Colombian intelligence agency's Watergate-like scandal.